Break statements exist in Python to exit or “break” a for or while conditional loop. When the loop ends, the code picks up from and executes the next line immediately following the loop that was broken.
numbers = (1, 2, 3) num_sum = 0 count = 0 for x in numbers: num_sum = num_sum + x count = count + 1 print(count) if count == 2: break
- Using Break and Continue Statements in Python
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In this example, the loop will break after the count is equal to 2.
The continue statement is used to skip code within a loop for certain iterations of the loop. After the code is skipped, the loop continues where it left off.
for x in range(4): if (x==2): continue print(x)
This example would print all numbers from 0-4 except 2.